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If there are any warning or alarm messages on the console display it is important you understand what action must be taken to resolve the warning or alarm message.  

 

As the Class B Operator you are responsible to ensure that all Class C Operators understand the various warning and alarm messages, their significance or importance, and what action they need to take in regard to notifying appropriate personnel (e.g. the Class A or Class B Operators).

 

Warning and alarm messages generated by an ATG can be separated into several categories that can help you, as the Class B Operator, prepare a response plan to ATG alarms.

 

Organizing ATG alarms according to categories such as alarm or warning messages that indicate a suspected release, or the functional status of a particular component can improve the ability of Class C Operators to accurately assess an alarm generated by an ATG and take the appropriate action.   For example, warning and alarm messages can be separated according to: